In this post I share a video featuring what is Blooming Now on A June Garden Walk.  Check out the video and a few photos feature in this article.

Blooming Now on A June Garden Walk Video

It is always so much fun to do a walk about the garden.  In this video we do a quick scan over a few of the front landscape gardens.  I hope to share more so be sure to send me feedback.

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Blooming Now on A June Garden Walk Highlights

What  comes to mind when writing about the video I made featuring the Blooming Now on a June Garden Walk video. Of course the obvious is, what is your favorite blooming now?  That literally is like picking your favorite child and it can’t be done.  However, I have put together a few images in the album below featuring the highlights from this share.

Did you see the bees enjoying the garden?  I suggest adding perennials like daylily, roses, salvia, phlox and spirea shrubs to your home garden.

What did you think of adding yarrow to a bouquet or roses?  This was my first June to have such a fantastic assortment of plants blooming all at the same time.

Phlox Along with Golden Cyprus Shrub
Party Girl Phlox in Landscape

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Below are a few of my favorite post featuring what is blooming now  in my home garden.  Be sure to reach out by commenting in the post below.

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Adding Lilium Lancifolium ( Tiger Lily) To Your Home Garden

In this post, I share a few facts about the Lilium Lancifolium also known as the Tiger Lily.  There are few planting tips you will want to note that I share today. Tiger Lily These low maintenance plants are a fantastic addition to most home gardens.  Below I listed a few fun facts that will

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Starting Dahlias For My Summer Home Garden 

In this post I will be sharing how to start dahlia tubers for my home garden. Starting Dahlias for My Summer Home Garden When I saw my first dinner plate dahlia at the small garden center I worked at in 2006 I remember thinking I could never grow that. I’m frantically looking for a photo

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Let’s Connect

Now is your turn to share with me what you have growing in your home garden.  Maybe you are a blogger or you just just want to reach out with a few images to share with me.  You can get in touch with me on my connect page here on my website.  I can’t wait to see what is blooming now in your home garden.

Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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